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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 April 2011

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

PEOPLE AND PLACES IN THE MIDDLE EAST . Antelope Valley Independent Democrats G. O. P. Presidential Candidates Square Off in South Carolina Receives Charter Political Club THOMAS FITZGERALD Editor Today’s mobile electronic communication and information storage devices are“ papers, and effects” protected by the Fourth Amendment and are to be secure against unreasonable search and seizure by the government, and, if an agent of the government - the police - wish to search a person’s portable electronic device, it is first obligated to Numbering 60 members, all ambitious in purpose, the For Antelope Valley Democrats four is now the number of local clubs officially chartered by the Los Angeles County Democratic Party. LANCASTER – If two is company and three’s a crowd, what is one to make of four? Discussing these questions to understand the“ whys” the 1990 Iraq invasion of Kuwait and the impact of that event on U. S. foreign policy can be done to determine the degree, if any, that U. S. f...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

PENAL CODE SECTIONS 490.7 & 538a - 538c DAILYPAUL. COM AE911TRUTH. ORG The Antelope Antelope Valley Political Observer POLITICAL OBSERVER The Antelope Valley . A Long Train of Abuses Continue Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is Seeking Professional, Articulate Volunteers to Support LEAP by Booking Speaking E. ngagements The Antelope Valley Political Observer is a First Amendment Free Press. In compliance with Federal Civil Rights legislation, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, or absence of, sex, age, disability, marital staus, sexual orientation( s) or veteran status in our employment. The Antelope Valley Political Observer has not investigated any services, products, politicians or organizations advertised in this issue, and publication of such advertising does not imply endorsement. The Antelope Valley Political Observer , published monthly with a 5,000 circulation, is distributed to homes, retail, and bu...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

AMENDMENT III No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. This MAY 2011 In AMERICAN REVOLUTION 29 MAY 1765: Newly-elected member Patrick Henry presents the seven Virginia Resolutions to the House of Burgesses – a speech that ends, “ If this be treason, make the most of it.” – with a warning to “ king” George III to note the fates of Julius Caesar and Charles I , two other notable tyrants . 03 MAY 1977: Failing to resolve their differences by war, the U. S. and Vietnam meet in Paris to normalize relations 09 MAY 1965: The government announces the total U. S. fighting force in Vietnam is 42,200 men. Deployment of another 21,000 soldiers will be announced on June 26. The U. S. presence will peak at 541,000 in 1968. writers, including Henry Wadsworth Longfellow . 15 MAY 1672: The first copyright law is passed in the colonies by the Massachusetts General Court. It provides for...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

CIRUGIA DE EXTRACCIONES w search warrant. In response, legislation has been introduced in Sacramento by State Senator Mark Leno ( D)-San Francisco, to over-rule the court’s unconstitutional verdict. SB 914 – Search Warrants: Portable Electronic Devices - will require law enforcement to obtain a search warrant before searching a cell phone or any other device“ capable of creating, receiving, accessing, or storing electronic data or communications” belonging to a person under custodial arrest. ■ |S| d feC L£] ■ | LUMINEERS RELLENOS COSMETICOS ] Dra. Beatriz ongWong, DDS “Sonrisa Con Orgullo” r n I Tratamiento de Nervio ■Jlfl/f lit' The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office - Steve Cooley - and the Peace Officer Research Association of California ( PORC) oppose the bill though no person from either organization testified in opposition to it at the bill’s April 26 Senate Public Safety Committee hearing. The legislative findings of SB 914 declare portable devices are“ capable of and enc...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

by Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Just how much of a throttle hold this organization could have on the oil dependent West was made evident during the 1972 oil crisis. It was clear to the Arab states also, and the organization added members and became simply, OPEC. Acknowledging the absence of opposition witnesses, the chair asked for comments and questions from the public safety committee. No committee member chose to speak on the mat- Senator Hancock, committee chair, called for opposition testimony - listed as L. A. County District Attorney Steve Cooley and Peace Officer Research Association of California ( PORC) – but neither party appeared or sent a representative to make an argument justifying their position in support of violating the Fourth Amendment. To the Penal Code, said Francke, the legislature added language that said simply,“ No warrant shall issue for material that is protected by the Shield Law.” Continuing, Francke added,“ Unless this bill is passed...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

Next, Santorum was reminded about his comments he made on May 2, the day after Bin Laden’s death, when he claimed Obama’s policies have made America“ less safe” and America’s enemies“ less fearful and less respectful” of the United States. Before letting Santorum answer, Baer reminded the former The former Minnesota governor said he has disagreements with a number of other decisions the president has made on both domestic security and foreign policy, citing Libya as one example. There, Pawlenty took issue with Obama’s subordination of U. S. decision-making to the United Nations. Baer then asked the five candidates, by a show of raised hands, who among them would release a photo of a dead Bin Laden. All candidates except Cain said they would release a photo. Pawlenty congratulated Obama for the“ fine job” in making“ tough decisions and being decisive” in eliminating Bin Laden, but then added the killing of Bin Laden was not indicative of the sum total of the president’s foreign polic...

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- Graves - - Mausoleums - - Cremation Niches - COUPON SAVINGS CEMETERY PROPERTY RESALES AT GREAT WWW. TAVPO. COM HARLEY DAVIDSON 08 ROADKING Pipes, W/ Windshield Low Mileage $ 15,000 OBO 661.726.9109 PEOPLE AND PLACES IN THE MIDDLE EAST Palmdale Launches Banner Sponsorship Sponsorship Program Program LWVAV TOPIC LUNCHEON ~ The League of Women Voters ~ Antelope Valley. You need not be a member of LWVAV to participate. If there is a topic you would like see at our next event, or would like to volunteer to be a moderator, Call: 661.274.1277 or E-mail: shaw@ speakeasy. net. The City of Palmdale is launching a new“ Shop Palmdale” program designed to offer businesses the opportunity to have their name or logo featured on a series of new street banners. A limited number of banners are available at the intersection of Rancho Vista Blvd. and 10th St. West in the heart of the Antelope Valley’s largest shopping district— the busiest intersection in the entire High Desert. The cost is only $ 40...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

This problem of infighting in AVID is to be avoided because, Fox explained, his group has an“ elastic clause” in the by-laws permitting the expansion of executive board members. Taking advantage of their“ elastic clause” for the first time at this meeting, Fox nominated Celaundra Raspberry to AVID’s executive board. Fox said The People should no longer tolerate high unemployment while legislators“ sit in their cushy jobs receiving both our money as a salary and the campaign contributions of the very people they give our money to,” adding politicians should be barred from voting on legislation affecting any special interest that has contributed to their campaign. One quality that will make his guild different from the other Democrat Clubs in town, Fox said, are AVID’s by-laws which allow for an expandable governing board. Fox said in his view the other clubs seem to be engaged in“ internal fighting and always waiting for the next election.” they propose thus placing the interests of ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

Baer asked Cain, as a presidential candidate, and after almost ten years of war in Afghanistan, if his comments meant he has no plan for victory in Afghanistan. Cain said he has no plan because it is not clear what the mission is, not clear to the American people what interest the U. S. has in Laden presented the U. S. with a golden opportunity to reassess our policy, bring the troops home and end that war. Paul’s comments on ending the war in Afghanistan brought about the first set of applause of the evening from the audience, prompting Baer to admonish the audience to “hold their applause” in contradiction of his earlier statement to the audience to“ limit their applause.” Finishing his answer with time to spare, Baer asked Cain to define winning in Afghanistan. Cain said as a candidate he was not privy to the confidential information the president receives, and if elected president he would continue with his philosophy of making informed decisions based on knowing all the facts. ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

Cain clarified his raised hand on the torture question, explaining his willingness to torture is based upon a statement made by former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after 9/ 11. Cain said that Netanyahu said terrorists have but one objective, and that is“ to kill all of us.” “It’s illegal!” one audience member shouted to Santorum, on torture. Wallace confirmed with Paul his opposition to torture and Paul replied that with torture, “You don’t achieve anything,” prompting Santorum to declare,“ That’s simply not true, Ron.” Santorum then attempted to claim that information on Bin Laden’s whereabouts was obtained by torture, prompting Paul to rebut back,“ Not true.” Paul and Johnson did not raise their hand. Pawlenty, Santorum and Cain did, which brought applause, but this time no admonishment from Baer for the audience to hold their applause. “Certain or any?” asked Pawlenty. “Under any circumstance you can imagine,” said Wallace. “Any certain circumstances,” clarified Wall...

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geous.” "Wet Your Pants on the Kern!" Debt, Debt & More Debt The next topic for discussion was government “There is a way in the private market,” said Paul.“ Today we can’t contract with our patients for a third party settlement and this takes it out of the market and turns it over to the attorneys. If they accept my position on this – a Free Market approach – and not a nationalized Tort law control of this, believe me, we’d put all the trial lawyers out of business and they wouldn’t get most of the money that comes from all these law suits when they’re suing doctors.” On his votes against federal Tort Reform, Paul said they were tough decisions, and he knew, as a physician, that doctors are on the “receiving end” of the situation, and lawsuits pushed up the cost of medicine. Paul said he has proposed legislation in Congress to address the issue through Free Market reforms that will allow doctors to negotiate to make contracts and get doctors out from under the“ monopoly...

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• Complete Tree Care • Diagnosis & Consultation m as 72 E & INS • MEMBER ISA J. L. Lyles (805) 222-9497 Santa Clarita. GA 91321 Sales Director Steve Montenegro blkmtn55@ yahoo. com 661.729.4900 661.547.4408 The nation is at a critical moment due to our enormous debt and Medicare will“ explode the debt even further,” explained Santorum, who then suggested Obamacare shifted the nation away from the fundamental belief that people are free to make their own choices and provide for themselves. Obamacare created a broad-based entitlement covering every American and is what Santorum described as a“ game changer” in the most important issue facing Americans, specifically, their health, and must be stopped and stopped now. Wallace then turned his attention to Congressman Paul reminding him of his consistency in voting against raising the debt limit, and then asked him if he favors letting the country default, which Wallace said, according to experts, would make contin...

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The four problems, according to Cain, are: 1. Securing the border; 2. Enforcement of laws already on the books; 3. Promoting the path to citizenship - Cain said there is no need for a new path to citizenship: a. k. a. Immigration Reform; and, 4. Empowering the States to do what the federal government will not do. Santorum was asked about his efforts working against a“ path to citizenship” for illegal immigrants and for making English the official national language of the U. S.. Bream reminded the former U. S. Senator from Pennsylvania that Democrats and the White House are actively reaching out to the“ Hispanic community” and then asked, in light of these facts, if the Republican Party runs the risk of alienating Hispanic voters. law when the Texas congressman said,“ Laws like that can be harmful and dangerous to innocent Americans,” and then asked Cain if Arizona went too far. Foreign Policy Libya was up next for discussion and Baer directed his first question to Cain, but first re...

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Turning her attention to Johnson, Bream stated that he is the only candidate on the stage that evening that did not identify himself as Pro-Life - anti-abortion – and clarified Johnson’s position that he favors abortion being legal up until the time the fetus is viable outside the womb. Obama’s decision instructing the Justice Department to not defend DOMA legal challenges equated to a violation of his oath office, explained Cain. “… preserve, protect and defend the Constitution…” not uphold the nation’s laws. EDITOR’S NOTE: The oath of office requires those taking the oath to swear to, Bream commented to Cain that his words are“ pretty tough language” and then asked if he agreed the nation was moving toward accepting gay marriage. Cain said DOMA is the “law of the land” and then incorrectly stated that presidents, in their oath of office, swear to“ protect and uphold the laws of the United States of America.” Before Cain was asked to explain his support of DOMA, a recent quote of h...

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that promise.” Santorum said he is the best candidate to defeat Obama in his bid for re-election because he defeated Democrat incumbents in three different elections; twice to win a seat in the House of Representatives and once to win a seat in the Senate. As the Founding Father of the Tea Party movement, Paul was asked if he feels eclipsed by Republican Representative Michelle Bachman of Minnesota since she founded and leads a Tea Party Caucus in the House of Rep- Pawlenty was asked about former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, who was a candidate for the G. O. P. nomination in 2008, but has not declared his candidacy for 2012. Wallace told Pawlenty that Huckabee, according to polls, is beating him badly both nationally, and in Iowa, the first State to vote – by Caucus – in the Primary Election campaign. Wallace asked,“ If he gets in this race, are you out of business?” to which Pawlenty replied that he is in the race whether Huckabee is or not. tion invoked laughter from both the ...

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Unnumbered Page [Newspaper Page] — Antelope Valley Political Observer — 1 May 2011

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Clinton, at heart a pragmatist and a moderate liberal, finally decided enough was enough and said hell no. The first time that happened was back in 1995, when Newt Gingrich, the Speaker of the House, and the Republicans decided they would cut and shred Medicare to pieces and make President Bill Clinton wince. 4 ' ilaiSfcll] Elsjyktii H^^lj^fl KBSHilffl r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — n L — — — — — — — — — — — — — — J r — — — — — — — — — — n L — — — — — — — — — — J The opinions expressed in this article are those of Ralph Brax and not those of The Political Observer. return to America. And the beat goes on… Unable to get what they wanted from a Democratic controlled Senate, they decided to“ shut ‘ er down.” Fast forward to 2011. The Republicans took control of the House, as they gained 60 new members, most of them far right conservatives, who ran on a platform of cutting taxes for the rich and eliminating programs for the poor. Clinton easily won re-election in 1996, and in 1998 Democr...

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